Companies reported to trade and supply gold and jewelery that it intends to increase the number of its employees who speak several foreign languages in different outlets, as part of its preparations for the Expo 2020 Dubai.
She stated to «Emirates Today» that she will attract new employees who speak basic languages, such as German, Chinese, Russian and French, to deal with all the nationalities of visitors, during the period of the upcoming international event, noting the implementation of various programs to train employees on the highest standards of hospitality and marketing, and the arts of dealing with consumers.
In detail, the CEO of "Dahkan Jewelery", Vishal Dahkan, said that "the company intends to increase the number of its employees who speak multiple foreign languages in its outlets, to keep pace with the preparations for the events of (Expo 2020 Dubai)", indicating that the company will attract new employees who are able to speak languages New additional, along with English, Arabic and Urdu.
"The focus will be on a number of basic languages, such as German, Chinese and Russian," Dahkan added.
He stated that the company intends in addition to implementing training plans for its employees prior to the upcoming exhibition to develop their capabilities, in proportion to the exceptional event, pointing to other plans aimed at increasing the number of employees in the outlets during the exhibition hosting period.
For his part, Anil Dahnak, CEO of "Kanz Jewelry", said that "his company also plans to start holding training and qualification programs for a number of its employees by the end of next April, in the context of preparing for the Expo 2020 Dubai exhibition," noting that these programs It will include training employees to raise their capabilities and skills to deal with consumers in general, and visitors to "Expo" in particular, during the exhibition period, which will witness great competitive standards among companies operating in the gold and jewelry sector.
He stated that the company seeks to attract new employees from speakers of multiple foreign languages in its various outlets, to deal with all the nationalities of visitors during the period of the international event, noting that speakers will be attracted in French, Russian, German and Chinese.
A large number of visitors
In turn, the CEO of the "Malabar Gold and Jewelery" group, Abdul Salam KB, said that "the group started preparing for the Expo 2020 exhibition, through the implementation of training and qualification programs for a number of its employees, in proportion to the momentum that accompanies the exhibition, in terms of the highest standards Hospitality, marketing and the arts of dealing with consumers of different nationalities.
He added, "The group seeks to attract a number of employees who speak multiple foreign languages to additional outlets, especially Chinese, Russian and French speakers," expecting that during the hosting of the "Dubai Expo", a large number of visitors and tourists who speak these languages will be dealt with.
In the same context, Karim Marchent, CEO of "Borgold Jewelery", stated that "the great momentum that (Expo 2020 Dubai) will bring to the country’s markets has made many jewelry trade and supply companies prepare by various means for the period of the exhibition, which a large number of merchants depend on." To increase sales in large proportions. ”
"The company is preparing for the exhibition, through training and qualification programs for employees to deal with visitors of all nationalities, especially with the expectation of high demand and congestion in the markets, in addition to exploring opportunities to attract employees, to provide the largest possible number of them who speak multiple foreign languages in the outlets," Marchand said.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Gold and Jewelery Group in Dubai and the director of the “jewel” company, Tawhid Abdullah, said that the company intends to attract new employees who speak additional foreign languages in the various outlets of the company, especially from speakers in Chinese, German, Russian and French, along with English, Arabic and Urdu available Really now. ”
The companies intend to increase the number of their employees in German, Chinese, Russian and French speakers.